by neeshaclearybfff-co-uk
Aug 23rd, 2016
2 mins
BFFF

Enterprise Flex-E-Rent achieves FORS for 4th consecutive year

Enterprise Flex-E-Rent has successfully achieved FORS (Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme) Bronze accreditation for the fourth consecutive year. The most recent audit assessed the company’s 26,000 strong fleet of cars, vans, HGV’s, specialist trucks and accessible transport, across all 21 of the company’s regional branches.

FORS is recognised as the ‘go-to-standard’ for safety compliance and best practice by over 3,500 operators in the UK. The programme operates nationwide and is of special importance for Transport for London (TFL) contractors and suppliers.

Danny Glynn from Enterprise Flex-E-Rent said, “Quality and best practice is a priority for all our customers. Many are working and operating within the M25 network and on TFL contracts in particular. This accreditation ensures that those customers using Enterprise Flex-E-Rent vehicles in the London area are fully compliant with the latest legislation.

The Enterprise Flex-E-Rent fleet also successfully meets the requirements of TFL’s ‘Safer Lorry Scheme’ and its ‘Work Related Road Risk’ programme.”

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